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D.A. Carson is a theologian and author of Biblical scholarship. He was born in Montreal in 1946.
Carson earned degrees in chemistry and mathematics from McGill University, an MDiv from Toronto’s Central Baptist Seminary, and has a PhD in the New Testament from Cambridge.
Carson’s career started in 1970, when he became the pastor of Richmond Baptist Church in British Columbia. He served there for two years before moving to Vancouver after he received his doctorate. He has been a member of the faculty of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School since 1978.
As a theologian, Carson has published nearly sixty books. He has written and edited books on topics such as prayer and free will. His first publication was 1978’s The Sermon on the Mount, which was followed by The King James Version Debate: A Plea for Realism in 1979.
In 1997, Carson won the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association Christian Book Award for his 1996 book, The Gagging of God: Christianity Confronts Pluralism. His most recent book, The Intolerance of Tolerance was published in 2012.
Carson’s books have been translated into other languages, giving him a global audience. His publications also include An Introduction to the New Testament, published in 1991, which he co-authored with Douglas J. Moo. He was editor of Biblical Greek Language and Linguistics, which was published in 1993.
He continues to teach the New Testament, and was a founding member of The Gospel Coalition, as well as the founding chairman of the GRAMCORD Institute.